Students are raving about their Music instructors on TakeLessons.
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Review by Patrice
"I loved the lesson...Jennifer is an awesome teacher"
Houston, TX teacher:
Review by Michelle
"Tatiana is an awesome teacher
I have been taking singing lessons with Tatiana for 4 months now and she is such an amazing teacher. She is very encouragin
g and teaches in a nice pace. She pinpoints what I should work on and breaks it down so easily. Each time I finish a lesson with her, I feel so confidant. Because of her breathing and voice exercise, I am now able to reach pitches that I wasn't able to before. Tatiana is Awesome! I highly recommend her :)"
Los Angeles, CA teacher:
Review by Megan
"Eric is an incredibly talented guitar player with a wide range of knowledge and experience that combine to make for a great guitar instructor. My 8 year
old son has been his student for the past 2 years and has progressed quickly and has an understanding of guitar that others kids his age do not. I have and do recommend Eric."
Denver, CO teacher:
Review by Brian
"Julie is the best!
Julie is an absolutely fantastic teacher! Her advice and technique exercises have helped me immensely, and I'm so grateful for all I h
ave learned from her. She has a wonderful love and knowledge of the piano, plus she's an incredibly sweet person and a joy to study with. I recommend her highly!"
Los Angeles, CA teacher:
Review by Rowan
"What a great teacher :-)
I'm 49 years old and decided to learn to play the guitar last month. Found Michele and as a teacher she has surpassed all my exp
ectations. She's patient beyond belief. She works at your pace but pushes you to excel. But most importantly she makes your lessons fun. If you're looking for a great teacher, I highly recommend Michele ;-)"
Las Vegas, NV teacher:
Review by Karen
"I hired Stephanie to work with me at Lynn Middle School as a woodwind technician for one semester, Spring 2012. Stephanie was always punctual, organized,
and outstanding with the kids. She immediately set up a fun and safe environment for them to learn. Her work was excellent. We were preparing for our district Music Performance Assessment Festival and received Superior ratings. I have no doubt we owe part of that rating to her hard work. She really goes above and beyond, on one occasion I had to miss my afternoon classes for jury duty and she ran rehearsal without any problems. I wish we still had Stephanie in our district. I highly recommend her."
Boston, MA teacher:
Review by Liz
"Heather is teriffic!
Heather has been giving my grandson (6 years old) piano lessons for several months and has been a terrific teacher. She is patient,
knowledgable, experienced and gears her teaching to the student's apptitude. Cameron has learned so much thus far, and looks forward to his lessons each week. I highly recommend Heather for lessons, particularly young, new learners (and I'm sure she's equally terrific with adults as well!)"
Los Angeles, CA teacher:
Review by Matthew
"I've grown up much of my life witnessing various great conga players that I have been privileged to experience. At a workshop held by Thaddeus with severa
l other students, I was able to gain a much better understanding of conga rhythms and patterns. In addition to this, Thaddeus brings extensive knowledge on the history of the conga to further my understanding and learning. With a group performance at the end of the workshop season, our group was able to demonstrate what we learned for many others."
Los Angeles, CA teacher:
Review by Al
"Enjoyed his easy relaxed manner while teaching. Explanations and instructions were clear and easy to understand."
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Management from the University of the Pacific. At Pacific, Aaron studied both jazz and classical music, and performed rock/gospel music on campus. He did graduate studies through Liberty University.
He has directed instrumental music at Sunrise Community Church in Fair Oaks, CA, and directed the worship ministry at Escalon Covenant Church in Escalon, CA.
Aaron has been teaching private lessons since 2007, and has been teaching marching percussion at high schools since 2008. His students students have earned college music scholarships, h
onor band seats, and professional performances, and the winter percussion ensemble he taught won first place at NCBA Championships.
Aaron has a broad range of musical experiences including performances in rock bands, R&B bands, drum corps, orchestras, chamber ensembles, jazz bands and combos, and many many more. He loves sharing this diverse musical background with his students.
As a timpanist and percussionist, Aaron has been an extra member of the Stockton Chorale Society Orchestra. As a drummer, Aaron has worked professionally in the pit at Magic Circle Theater company in Roseville, CA. As a bass guitarist, Aaron performed professionally with Sacramento area jazz guitarist Greg Perkins. As a guitarist, Aaron has led worship and played on worship teams.
Aaron also taught middle school English and Computer Applications in Stockton, CA, and has worked as a private tutor and substitute teacher of all subjects, K-12.
*** Lesson Details *** More lesson times may be available. Please call if other arrangements are needed.**
-- The most important thing to know about lessons with Aaron is that you will receive a customized experience tailored to fit your musical desires and goals. He will work to understand your desires in music, and will use existing materials and generate new materials to challenge you and help them you reach your goals.
Some common goals Aaron has worked with are: - Preparing for an Audition - Starting a band with friends - Learning music for a school band/percussion ensemble - Personal enrichment/ better understanding of music - Exploring career possibilities - Improving technical ability
**** Aaron's guiding principles are: 1. Music is vitally useful and Important in society! Music brings joy to the multitude, and enhances expression for its artists.
2. Anyone can be a musician! Every student has unlimited potential, and it is Aaron's desire to unlock that potential, allowing my students to succeed in music.
3. Music should be fun! Too many instructors stick to the gritty business of method books. While this has its place, Aaron knows that it is only a small part of music. Music is meant to be fun, and Aaron makes the learning process fun and exciting at every stage by incorporating the interests of his students.
4. Hard work should always be rewarded! Aaron is always positive with his students and celebrates their accomplishments continually.
5. Music is what you make it! Whatever your desires and goals in music, Aaron will help you to achieve them. All musical aspirations are valid and valuable. Whether you want to be a rock star, a concert timpanist or just to make music with friends and family, he will equip you with the tools you need to get there.
6. Proper technique and musical knowledge empower musicians! Whatever your goals, starting with good technique and understanding the music you play will keep you from injury and promote your success.
7. Listening is vital to understanding music! Aaron's students listen to and analyze recordings of music they like to gain insight and understanding to how the music works. Aaron encourages his students to play along with recordings to work on the organic elements of music which cannot be gained from dry academic study. Guitarists will start with either an acoustic guitar or electric guitar & practice amp. They will also need a metronome, tuner, and notebook. They will learn to read music, tablature, and chord symbols, and they will learn to play melodies, riffs, and chords in the style(s) they prefer.
-- Bass Guitarists will start with a bass guitar and an amp. They will also need a metronome, tuner, and notebook. They will learn to read music and tablature and play bass grooves and solos in the style(s) they prefer. Drummers and percussionist will generally start with a pair of sticks and a practice pad, learning the basic techniques of drumming for the first 6-12 weeks, and will move on to drum set or percussion instruments as they demonstrate proper technique. They will also need a metronome and notebook. They will learn to read and play music in the style(s) they prefer.
*** Studio Equipment *** Drums/Percussion: Drum Sets, Practice Pad, Vibraphone, Percussion Instruments, Music Stands.
Guitar: Practice Amp, Music Stands.
Bass: Bass Guitar Amp, Music Stands.
Recording: Microphones, Mic Stands, Clips and Cables, M-Audio Multitrack Interface, GarageBand 11, Studio Accessories.
Paul S. June 30, 2015
In studio Verified Student
Caleb was very impressed with Aaron as he took the time to explain the math assignment to Caleb in a way that Caleb understands.
JenniferT2 February 7, 2011
Aaron is very knowledgeable and has excellent technique. He is consistent but kind in his feedback and gives praise without patronizing his student. A true professional.
StanW December 22, 2010
Old dog learning a new trick
I'm a 58 year old complete novice. Aaron has been very patient and doesn't seem to mind starting from scratch. Every time we come to the end of the lesson I have something new, and wish I had more time.
I started playing guitar when I was in the 8th grade. At that time I was into punk, and as I got older I moved into listening to classic rock, then blues, then all sorts of jazz and jam bands, and now classical and sacred art. And my playing of the guitar has following the same trajectory: I played in the style I listened to. One common thread through all of this has been an, at first unconscious, but now fully conscious focus on the art of improvisation.
Improvisation is central in my own playing, and what I deliberately bring my students to do. And this is not something vainly indiv
idualistic. Franz Liszt, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Chopin; Coltrane, Miles; Ravi Shankar, Ali Akbar Khan; Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Clapton; SRV, Albert King, BB King: what do all of these musicians have in common? They improvised, and were very good at it in their respective genres. Improvisation is a truly important aspect of playing music, and one which I will give due focus to. Besides this, I will teach the student technique, chords, scales, songs (chosen by both the student and, at times, myself), and later on: theory (including harmony and ear training).
I have a Master's Certificate in Theory, Harmony and Ear Training from Berklee College of Music's online extension.
*** Lesson Details *** In my 'about me' section I have laid out in a general fashion what I will teach you.
I am very patient with my students. I focus on the qualities of effortless action, patience, contentment with our current abilities while striving to attain (eventual) mastery.
*** Travel Equipment *** I can provide an acoustic guitar, a tuner, picks, and sheet music. I expect the student to have a guitar, a tuner, extra strings, and picks.
*** Specialties *** I specialize in modal improvisation. I also can teach some art philosophy and philosophy related to art.
Amanda C. March 24, 2015
In home Verified Student
My 15 year old daughter began taking weekly lessons with Chase just 2 and a half months ago, she is already writing her own songs and plays guitar for us in the evenings.
Chase is a very good instructor, Rebecca rattles off all kinds of musical terms to me now and it's like she knows a whole new language!
Munjula P. March 3, 2015
During my lessons with Chase Robinson, I have learned and done a variety of things. Chase has many admirable qualities like his patience, friendliness, and positive attitude, all these things contribute to an enjoyable, informative lesson. He allows one to focus on things that are preferable to you, like learning more songs or doing more music theory. I have learned improvisation, to play songs, notes, and much more. Not only has Chase taught me so much, but has fostered more of my understandment for music and has been as inspirational figure
Melissa O. February 18, 2015
In home Verified Student
Chase has been working with my two daughters (ages 10 and 6) and me for a few months now. We enjoy our individual guitar lessons and appreciate Chase's ability to modify each lesson based on our progression. Chase is always prompt and organized. As a mother and a student, I highly recommend him.
My music education began at age 8 when, after a year of pestering my parents, I got my first guitar. My self-taught forays began casually at first, until I was introduced to the likes of Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton (the Cream years) and then later, Frank Marino, John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, and Allan Holdsworth. By age 15, it was "all about the guitar: eat-sleep-school-guitar," with many countless hours burning the midnight oil, deciphering the solos of my heroes. I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area after high school and began studying guitar under the mentor-ship of virtuoso Marc Bonilla (who
has worked with such luminaries as Ronnie Montrose, Derek Sherinian, Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple). Bonilla has since moved to L.A. to pursue an impressive career as a film and T.V. composer, while I stayed on in the Bay Area as full time working guitarist/studio musician/composer/teacher.
My love and passion for teaching guitar is matched only by my love of studio and stage performance as a full time professional musician.
My ability to play many different styles of music has led me to a great diversity of music projects over the years. This versatility has afforded me work with Latin jazz, Caribbean (soca), nouveau flamenco, world-beat, hard rock, and blues bands all over the San Francisco Bay Area for the last 20 years. This also includes a stint with a San Francisco based funk-jazz quartet that performed, among other things, funky and creative renditions of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Herbie Hancock.
In 2005 I released a solo rock album called âLeft Turn on Spanish Highwayâ. The music on this CD is a passionate blend of hard rock instrumental guitar with contemporary flamenco rhythms (think Gipsy Kings meets Joe Satriani). It has received a lot of five star reviews on online stores such as iTunes and CD Baby.
My Jeff Beck-ish electric guitar style has been repeatedly featured in live performances by the world-renowned vertical dance troupe Project Bandaloop in San Francisco, Oregon, and at the Banff Center for the arts in Alberta Canada.
My acoustic guitar performances are heavily featured on the 2004 album "Despi A Alma" by internationally acclaimed fado singer, Ramana Vieira, and subsequently, on her 2009 follow up release, âLagrimas De Rainhaâ.
In the late 90âs, I had the opportunity of challenging my improvisational skills, by performing many seasons with San Francisco's longest running theater improv troupe, Flash Family, where I was called upon to create on-the-spot compositions in real-time, to match the actorâs unscripted and unpredictable story lines.
In the audio/visual world, I've composed music for film and a children's story. I frequently collaborate with local film, theater and T.V. composer Chris Houston (my musical contributions to Houston's compositions can be heard in the movie "Enchantedâ, which in the past has enjoyed wide circulation on Showtime, and also on the soundtrack to the Marin Theater Companyâs 2009 production of âMagic Forrest farmâ, and the San Francisco Playhouseâs production of âOur Lady of 121st street.
Currently, Iâm the lead guitarist for the San Francisco funk-rock originals band, FiveDown, fronted by R and B singer Ishtar Monique. Other music projects include co-writing, recording and producing an upcoming album for the Marin based hard rock band, Urban Fiction. I continue to perform on occasion around the bay area as solo guitarist for corporate events and weddings, and also with Ramana Vieira and ensemble where my Al Di Meola-style approach to acoustic lead guitar playing is sought.
*** Lesson Details *** Think of me not only as your teacher, but also your dedicated coach, whose purpose and goal it is to help you reach your highest musical aspirations. I am very passionate about teaching guitar. Your success is my success. Iâm also very patient and easy going but will push you gently when you need it, to ensure your continued musical growth and success. I will not only teach you what you want to learn, but also what you need to learn in order to progress. During your first lesson with me, Iâll spend some time finding out what your goals and aspirations are, then develop a lesson plan from there. The lesson plans are used as a guide and also as a way to track and monitor your progress.
You will be taking your lessons with me in my home recording studio, which will make learning a lot more fun, creative and rewarding. Youâll also be able to record yourself performing songs and pieces youâre working on, from time to time. Recording yourself is an excellent way to see where your strengths and weaknesses lie; it will also help you to develop a critical and discerning ear.
When applicable, I like to use my studentâs favorite songs as a vehicle for learning crucial aspects of music study, which include music theory, scales, chords, arpeggios and of course, proper technique. I also like to encourage and support sight-reading for very young students and have developed ways to make that fun, interesting and rewarding.
*** Studio Equipment *** The studio has a keyboard, computer with music tutorial software, and guitars. The studio also has an ample supply of books, DVD, and transcription materials. The studio also has amps to be a working studio. The studio also has a nice seating area for parents.
*** Specialties *** Guitar (beginning to advanced): Rock, Blues, Funk, Fusion, Jazz, acoustic finger-style, hybrid picking, cage system, tremolo bar technique, two handed tapping, speed picking, alternate and legato picking. I also teach beginning Flamenco.
I like to meet students were they are musically and build from there. Typically, I like to use a repertoire of songs that inspire them; using their favorite songs (when appropriate) as a means of learning theory, harmony, and technique. Over the years, I've learned that the most important first step with any student (specially beginners), is to get them playing right away - the emphasis is always on fostering love and enjoyment for music - as they move through proficiency levels at their own pace. Having said that, I do like to make sure they are pleasantly challenged but not frustrated (beginners), is to get them playing right away - the emphasis is always on fostering love and enjoyment for music - as they move through proficiency levels at their own pace. Having said that, I do like to make sure they are pleasantly challenged but not frustrated.
Auncharee W. June 4, 2013
Guitar Verified Student
Didier is an Amazing Teacher!
My 8 yr old daughter has been taking lessons from Didier for the past 6 months and looks forward to her lessons each week. He challenges her while still keeping it fun and teaches her songs that interests her. Didier is a wonderful instructor who is very patient, kind, knowledgeable and easy to talk to. He is an extremely talented and passionate musician who enjoys teaching and it shows.
Sailaja S. November 13, 2012
Guitar Verified Student
Guitar lessons experience with Didier
Hi,here to share my wonderful experience in taking guitar lessons with Didier. Being a beginner, I have started learning the way to hold the guitar, strings, it's notations etc from him, off course the journey still continues.....I am happy that I found an instructor with lots of patience, talent and skill to groom me further in this music world:)
Josephb February 28, 2012
My son is attending lessons with Didier for few months now. He started from scratch and now he is starting to rock. We drive for lessons every weekend from far away and it is definitely worthy...
Christian has 20 years of teaching experience and 25 years of performance experience in a myriad of styles. He is currently enrolled at the Berklee School of Music (Boston, MA) through their online Music Production Degree Program.
Christian is also a member in the following organizations:
Vic Firth Education Team
Hudson Music Teacher Integration Program
Professional Drum Teachers Guild. He has studied privately with John Xepoleas, Steve Bowman (Counting Crows), Rob Hart, Alan Hall and currently with Mike Johnston.
Christian is also accepting a limited amount of students from the
age of 10 to adult, beginner to advance. He currently has openings at his Brentwood home studio on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The air-conditioned studio is equipped with 2 drum sets and professional digital recording equipment to capture each lesson. The latest educational DVD's and play-along/minus-drums CD's are also incorporated in the lessons.
Parents are encouraged to sit in on the lessons or they can relax or do some work in the internet ready waiting room. An annual recital is conducted for family and friends.
Prepare for school auditions, refine hand and foot technique, learn double bass grooves and fills improve reading and transcribing , sharpen your timing, incorporate linear playing, apply rudiments to the drum set.
Styles: Rock / Funk / Country / Blues / Jazz / Latin
*** Lesson Details *** Sometimes the availability calendar is not updated in a timely manner.
Every student is different. Depending on their age and/or goals, this is the typical curriculum for a beginning (no experience) student.
Beginners (build the foundation) Technique - Hands: how to hold the sticks correctly - Feet: heel up or heel down technique
Reading - Explain note values - Explain drum set notation
Coordination and Timing - Learn basic beats to play music - Understand how to practice with a metronome - How to play along to music
*** Studio Equipment *** Home room converted with sound absorbing materials with 2 drum sets, acoustic and electronic. Air conditioned living room seating for parents. Audio recordings are provided for every lesson and portions of each lesson are also video recorded. I have a very friendly Golden Retriever.
rita W. January 30, 2014
Drum Verified Student
Easy to sign up and Great customer service
My 12 yr old decided he wanted drums for Christmas and we knew that would include getting him lessons. Finding Christian through Take lessons was indeed lucky for my son. If you are looking for a teacher who is calm, level headed, knowledgeable and very easy to contact at anytime then Christian is who you are looking for. He has several students and they all come out happy and feeling good about their lessons. My son, even when not feeling great insist that he attend his drum lessons. compliments to the instructor.
My name is Jeremiah S. I was raised in a family of musicians, so music has been in my life since before I can remember. My father, cellist of the Audubon Quartet holds the distinction of being the founding member of the 1st American String Quartet to ever win an International String Quartet Competition. Both of my brothers and stepmother are professional musicians as well leading successful careers as performers. I began my journey with cello at the age of 7 and went to my first summer music festival at age 12 and continued to attend summer festivals each summer after. I left home at the
age of 17 to complete my high school education at the Interlochen Arts Academy in Northern Michigan. While at the Academy my string quartet participated and won a prize at the 1998 Fischoff International Chamber Music Competition. I went on to complete my Bachelor of Music degree in cello performance from The Cleveland Institute of Music in 2002 studying with Richard Aaron, then attained my Master of Music Degree in cello performance in 2004 from The Juilliard School in NY studying cello with Joel Krosnick of the Juilliard String Quartet. I've spent the majority of my summers studying chamber music with the top chamber musicians while studying at conservatory, but also spent 2 concentrated years of studying the orchestral repertoire during my fellowship with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach under the direction of Maestro Michael Tilson Thomas. I had the privilege of working with and sharing the stage with the most acclaimed soloists and conductors of the world while at NWS as well as having the honor of performing the Shostakovich Cello Concerto no. 1 with the NWS as a competition winner of the annual competition. In addition to my education in cello performance I also have another Bachelor Degree of Music in Music Production and Recording Technology from Shenandoah University. I've toured Europe, Asia, and the US with various chamber ensembles like A Far Cry, and recorded and album with Arcos Chamber Orchestra on a Germany Tour in 2008. In 2013 I produced an album of the Bach Cello Suites 1-3 with Bassist Jory Herman of the San Diego Symphony, which is available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon. In 2012 I joined the Hausmann String Quartet based in San Diego which became Artist in Residence of the music school at San Diego State University. During my time with the Hausmann Quartet we toured Taiwan, taught applied lessons at the university and coached chamber groups as well as founded a chamber music program and music series at the university. In addition to our partnership with SDSU we became the resident quartet of Mainly Mozart. Before moving up to the Bay Area, I was also head of the recording services at the music school at SDSU. My extensive teaching experience has brought me to various music festivals across the country. I've taught private lessons to absolute beginners who never had lessons to advanced students whom won concerto competitions, from ages 6-65. I've coached chamber groups consisting of children from elementary school through college to adult amateurs. I've given orchestral cello sectionals to youth symphonies and festivals as well as given chamber music masterclasses at universities all over Taiwan during the Hausmann Quartet tour.
*** Lesson Details *** My approach to teaching begins with the basics. My first objective is to make sure my students have are setup well, with no bad habits and gain an understanding of body mechanics in relation to the cello, so it becomes an extension of yourself. After my students feel comfortable holding the bow and instrument, we begin exploring the complexities of sound production and I cover the basic elements of music theory so when we start learning music from the page, the symbols all make sense. I select repertoire at the pace of the student's progress and teach a universal method of scales, arpeggios, and double-stops as well. All of my students will gain the tools to play any 4 octave major, harmonic minor, or melodic minor scale in every key, by learning just 3 universal fingerings. As well as learning a universal system to play 8 different arpeggios in any key as well. My strong focus on initial setup and technical foundation will allow you to overcome any challenges you may faces while we explore the vast repertoire of etudes, sonatas, songs, chamber music, orchestra rep, and concertos. I tailor each lesson to the progress and commitment of each individual and give all the necessary tools to achieve any goal. You will learn practice techniques that will help you learn music quickly and efficiently.
If you choose to take lessons with me you will have the distinct advantage of studying with a professional cellist that has learned from the best and studied at the most competitive and recognized conservatories in the country. I'm not like other teachers that claim to be proficient on a dozen instruments with the ability of teaching all of them with equal skill. One of the of greatest challenges I've come across as a teacher time after time is fixing bad habits learned by poor instruction. If you are serious about learning the cello and want to avoid being discouraged by hitting that inevitable wall of difficulty because you weren't given the proper tools, then contact me and save yourself the headache. I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you and achieving your goals as a cellist.
*** Studio Equipment *** Metronome
Sheet music and music stands
Audio Recording gear
*** Travel Equipment *** Metronome
Sheet music and music stands
Audio Recording gear
*** Specialties *** Chamber Music Orchestral Repertoire Audio Recording Engineer Music Production
Lu C. March 31, 2015
In studio Verified Student
I learned so much about posture and hand positions in the 45 minute lesson from Jeremiah that I learned in 3 years from other teachers. He rocks!!
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